As part of its regulatory market strategy, Yggdrasil has been given a Greek supplier licence, making it the latest in a long line of online gaming content firms to do so.
The Hellenic Gaming Commission granted the company the licence, which allows it to introduce its game portfolio to Greek players under the country’s recently amended online gaming regulations.
Operators now have access to a wide range of premium games, including those that use Yggdrasil’s exclusive game engagement mechanics.
In addition, items from the supplier’s YG Masters programme, which features exclusive content from exciting third-party studios, are available.
Yggdrasil claims to have already partnered with a number of large Greek operators, and that further information about the agreements will be released in the coming months.
The Greek licence is being hailed as “another milestone in Yggdrasil’s regulatory market strategy,” and was made possible by the company’s ISO/IEC27001 accreditation obtained last year.
Yggdrasil’s chief of global market operations, Björn Krantz, said: “It goes without saying that Yggdrasil is yet again walking the talk and we continue to deliver on our regulatory market strategy.
“To obtain the Greek licence, and to capitalise on our ISO/IEC27001 accreditation is yet another milestone and achievement from the great team we have here at Yggdrasil. We would like to thank all local partners for their support in making a difference with Yggdrasil and our best-in-class portfolio of innovative games in Greece.”
The Greek online gaming sector is “showing impressive growth,” according to the business, and additional operators are expected to enter the country, providing “an exciting opportunity” to expand across Europe.
Iforium, Playson, Pariplay, Kalamba Games, Betixon, 1X2 Network, Slotegrator, SoftSwiss, Oryx Gaming, and Hacksaw Gaming are among the several companies that have announced Greek entry in recent weeks.